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 Rumour: Jonathan Rhys Meyers in talks for Star Wars: Episode VII?
Up until now, the Star Wars: Episode VII rumour mill has largely concerned itself with the will-they / won’t-they saga of Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford, with wider casting whispers having proved few and far between…

Rumour: Jonathan Rhys Meyers in talks for Star Wars: Episode VII?

Up until now, the Star Wars: Episode VII rumour mill has largely concerned itself with the will-they / won’t-they saga of Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford, with wider casting whispers having proved few and far between…

 Mark Hamill talks Star Wars: Episode VII
Much of the talk surrounding Star Wars: Episode VII has revolved around the potential returns of Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill, although none of that trio have been officially unveiled as yet…

Mark Hamill talks Star Wars: Episode VII

Much of the talk surrounding Star Wars: Episode VII has revolved around the potential returns of Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill, although none of that trio have been officially unveiled as yet…

 Matthew Vaughn confirmed for Star Wars
Star Wars: Episode VII appears to have a director, with Jason Flemyng confirming Matthew Vaughn’s involvement on the red carpet for Seven Psychopaths…

Matthew Vaughn confirmed for Star Wars

Star Wars: Episode VII appears to have a director, with Jason Flemyng confirming Matthew Vaughn’s involvement on the red carpet for Seven Psychopaths…

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Mark Millar and Matthew Vaughn adapting The Secret Service
Mark Millar releases the first issue of his latest genre-busting comic-book The Secret Service tomorrow, and he’s already planning to convert the series into a film with Kick-Ass cohort Matthew Vaughn.Millar has penned the series, and the artwork is provided is Dave Watchmen Gibbons. The story (concocted by Millar and Vaughn, who gets a co-creator and co-plotter credit), sees a London rioter trained to become a superspy (Millar calls it “James Bond meets My Fair Lady”).

Mark Millar and Matthew Vaughn adapting The Secret Service

Mark Millar releases the first issue of his latest genre-busting comic-book The Secret Service tomorrow, and he’s already planning to convert the series into a film with Kick-Ass cohort Matthew Vaughn.

Millar has penned the series, and the artwork is provided is Dave Watchmen Gibbons. The story (concocted by Millar and Vaughn, who gets a co-creator and co-plotter credit), sees a London rioter trained to become a superspy (Millar calls it “James Bond meets My Fair Lady”).

 The Story Behind The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars nearly killed George Lucas. The director’s ambitious space saga, which nobody understood nor cared about (not even its cast) looked set to be a disaster of intergalactic proportions. During production in 1976, the special effects department was struggling with its groundbreaking technologies, while unbearable heat in Tunisia had tempers rising…

The Story Behind The Empire Strikes Back

Star Wars nearly killed George Lucas.

The director’s ambitious space saga, which nobody understood nor cared about (not even its cast) looked set to be a disaster of intergalactic proportions. During production in 1976, the special effects department was struggling with its groundbreaking technologies, while unbearable heat in Tunisia had tempers rising…

 The Story Behind Star Wars
Star Wars starts with George Lucas, the boy from Modesto (the nearest thing they have to Tatooine in California) who grew up to be the bearded billionaire king of blockbusters. Born in May 1944 to a stationary store-owning father, George grew up watching Buck Rogers serials and racing cars. He studied anthropology at college (“How society works, how people put themselves together and make things work, has always been a big interest. [It’s] where mythology comes from, where religion comes from”) before heading off to USC to enrol in the university’s new film course…

The Story Behind Star Wars

Star Wars starts with George Lucas, the boy from Modesto (the nearest thing they have to Tatooine in California) who grew up to be the bearded billionaire king of blockbusters.

Born in May 1944 to a stationary store-owning father, George grew up watching Buck Rogers serials and racing cars. He studied anthropology at college (“How society works, how people put themselves together and make things work, has always been a big interest. [It’s] where mythology comes from, where religion comes from”) before heading off to USC to enrol in the university’s new film course…

40 Greatest Joker Moments
27. Now you see itThe moment: Joker demonstrates the fine art of making everyday stationery disappear. Possibly not one for a children’s party, mind you.As seen in: The Dark Knight (2008 film)Why so serious: Needlessly brutal and delivered with a horrifying panache, this (literally) eye-popping party piece is classic supervillain material from start to finish.Extra bonus points for the throwaway “Yeah” in response to the mobster’s outraged “You think you can steal from us and just walk away?!”

40 Greatest Joker Moments

27. Now you see it

The moment: Joker demonstrates the fine art of making everyday stationery disappear. Possibly not one for a children’s party, mind you.

As seen in: The Dark Knight (2008 film)

Why so serious: Needlessly brutal and delivered with a horrifying panache, this (literally) eye-popping party piece is classic supervillain material from start to finish.

Extra bonus points for the throwaway “Yeah” in response to the mobster’s outraged “You think you can steal from us and just walk away?!”

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Batman: Arkham City ‘This Ain’t No Place for a Hero’ Trailer

Holy shit. This brings the awesome. Worth it for the last 5 seconds alone…

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Jokers - Final Version
Part 1
Part 2

Don’t stare at it too long, it’s trippy…

toliveanddieinlondon:

Jokers - Final Version

Part 1

Part 2

Don’t stare at it too long, it’s trippy…

toliveanddieinlondon:

Jokers, part 2
1. Conrad Veidt (The Man Who Laughs, film, 1928 - inspiration for The Joker)
2. Cesar Romero (Batman, TV series, 1966-1968)
3. Jack Nicholson (Batman, film, 1989)
4. Mark Hamill (Batman: The Animated Series, Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm, Batman Beyond: Return Of The Joker, Birds Of Prey, Batman: Arkham Asylum/Arkham City 1992-2010)
5. Curtis Armstong (Batman OnStar Commercial, 2000)
6. Roger Stoneburner (Birds Of Prey, TV series, 2002 - voice dubbed by Mark Hamill)
7. Andrew Koenig (Batman: Dead End, short film, 2003)
8. Kevin Michael Richardson (The Batman, cartoon, 2004-2008)
9. Heath Ledger (The Dark Knight, film, 2008)

toliveanddieinlondon:

Jokers, part 2

1. Conrad Veidt (The Man Who Laughs, film, 1928 - inspiration for The Joker)

2. Cesar Romero (Batman, TV series, 1966-1968)

3. Jack Nicholson (Batman, film, 1989)

4. Mark Hamill (Batman: The Animated Series, Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm, Batman Beyond: Return Of The Joker, Birds Of Prey, Batman: Arkham Asylum/Arkham City 1992-2010)

5. Curtis Armstong (Batman OnStar Commercial, 2000)

6. Roger Stoneburner (Birds Of Prey, TV series, 2002 - voice dubbed by Mark Hamill)

7. Andrew Koenig (Batman: Dead End, short film, 2003)

8. Kevin Michael Richardson (The Batman, cartoon, 2004-2008)

9. Heath Ledger (The Dark Knight, film, 2008)